The Fall brings with it the start of many new things. The start of the school year. For those who had some kind of summer vacation, the fall means a return with rested and rejuvenated heart and mind to the work at hand. In the Jewish tradition, the new year starts in the fall.
For The Unitarian Society, it is a busy time with a return to having our minister in the pulpit most Sundays and having our Religious Education program for children and youth.
TUS is hopping with new energies. In addition to our new minister, Reverend Karen G. Johnston, we have a new Director of Religious Education, Jillian Post, and our new Acting Music Coordinator, Mike Stein, joining us.
Are you looking for a spiritual home that can engage your mind, spark your heart, and offer your hands a place to do the work of healing and transforming the world? Are you looking for a place where you can root your sense of belonging and grow your sense of purpose in the world? Are you looking for a place where we live into a world shared across the generations, that seeks to honor our diverse offerings and stories, the combines music, words, and stillness to create transformative Sunday services?
Come check us out. We’d love for you to experience what we are all about.